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Active by Design: Seventeen Staircases for Fit City 8
Today is Fit City 8 , a conference that prompts our industry to consider how the “design of the built environment can create opportunities for increasing physical activity and access to healthier food...
Perkins+Will Canada launches today as a unified national practice. The launch sees Ottawa and Hamilton ( Dundas )-based Vermeulen Hind Architects, one of Canada’s leading healthcare architectural firms, merge with Shore Tilbe Perkins+Will, celebrated for its focus on civic and recreation architecture, and Vancouver-based Busby Perkins+Will, widely regarded as one of North America’s leading green practices.
University of Waterloo, Engineering Five Building
The University of Waterloo's Engineering Five building marks the first phase of a major expansion to the Faculty of Engineering and a dramatic new showcase for the innovative work being carried out by...
Since 1945, the Toronto Studio of Perkins+Will has been recognized as a leading designer of higher education, civic, sports + recreation and corporate facilities in both Canada and internationally. Our teams of architects, interior designers, and specialists work closely with our clients to transform their understanding and vision into places that tangibly represent their organization. Together, we explore options to increase productivity, creativity and profitability, and to improve health, sustainability, comfort and flexibility. Through good design we establish projects that offer value for investment.
Linda earned a Bachelor of Environmental Studies in 1989 and a Bachelor of Architecture while studying at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada...
Andrew is a principal and Design Director for the three Ontario studios; Dundas, Toronto and Ottawa. He has been the principal designer on many of the firm's recent academic and civic projects, including: the award-winning Hazel McCallion Academic Learning Centre at University of Toronto, the Engineering V Building at the University of Waterloo and the University of Guelph's Engineering Complex.
University of Waterloo Engineering Five Featured in ArchDaily
Waterloo's Engineering Five marks the first phase of a major expansion to the Faculty of Engineering, and a dramatic new showcase for the innovative work being carried out by the engineering faculty. The design supports team-based and project-based learning with a rich, collaborative environment in which research and learning thrive. Link to the ArchDaily review.